Timex Watch with TapScreen

Don’t worry about fiddling with watch buttons while you run. With Timex’s new iPhone-like tap capabilities, the Ironman Sleek 150-Lap TapScreen watch lets you simply tap the watch face to activate lap features. An audible beep helps you keep your target pace.

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Men’s Timex Ironman Sleek 150-Lap TapScreen

It beeps to help you keep your target time without having to look at your wrist. The watch also has hydration and nutrient alarms to remind you to refuel at regular intervals.

Its other interval timers, 100-hour chronograph, 100-meter water-resistant case, and a glowing night mode provide nearly all the features you need for an endurance race.

The strap is designed to minimize skin contact to help ventilation and prevent chaffing, the company says.

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Women’s Timex Ironman Sleek 150-Lap TapScreen

The new Ironman, which comes in men’s and women’s versions, is currently available at select Fleet Feet Sports locations as well as at the ING New York City Marathon’s Timex booth from Thursday, Oct. 29 to Saturday, Oct. 31.

It will fully launch and be in stores in February for $90. www.timexironman.com

—Ryan Dionne

Posted by KG - 10/22/2009 10:51 AM

truly the most “sleek” of the Timex IM watches I have seen. Yes, I have held it and used it. and, finally, a huge display with larger numbers making it easier to read. The tapscreen… faster and easier to initiate than a button push. awesome watch. best of the IM models I have seen – and I have been wearing them for +15 years.

Posted by mima - 02/15/2011 07:56 AM

i like this kind of design, this is actually on of my favorite timex as a manner of color and shap. need to wait for next generation timex watches.

Posted by Peter - 03/09/2011 11:36 AM

Nice large display but it doesn’t work well in the water as the chrono is too sensitive even on the hard setting. Can’t delete unwanted timed events.

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